Jesus let’s us know right from the get-go that the Father is greater than he is: John 14:28, “Ye have heard how I said unto you, I go away, and come again unto you. If ye loved me, ye would rejoice, because I said, I go unto the Father: for my Father is greater than I.” And besides, Once Jesus, the “Word” made flesh, had finished the “Will” of the Father, there was no other place for him to go. He would now return back unto the Father until his next assignment from the Father’s “Will:” maybe the next one will be the one that returns him back to earth in His glory? Anyway, the scripture says this in John 10:30, I and my Father are one; and it says this in John 14:10, Believest thou not that I am in the Father, and the Father in me? So what I’m seeing here is since the Father, who is the Will in the Godhead, and the Son, who is the Word in the Godhead, are both one, as well as each being in one another; then this let’s me know that when the specific Will is finished, then the specific Word for that Will is finished also as they are one in each other; And in order for them to remain one in each other, when they are finished with the specific piece of work at hand, the one sent forth would have to return to the one who sent him forth in order to remain one in each other. You see, the Father, the Will, is always greater than the Son, the Word, because there is so much more vast amounts of unspoken Will from whence was sent forth a much smaller piece of itself as spoken Word: they are one in each other because one is the one greater origin whole, and the other is a one smaller piece of the same origin whole.
We the members of the body of Christ have so much to rejoice over, because not only did Jesus finish the Will of the Father to save our souls that we may have life eternally, but we are now linked up to both he and the greater Father to where we can not be boxed in. We can walk out the “Word” of God in order to walk out the “Will’ of the Father, and know that we will always have a link to the Father with a vast amount of options: there are so many unspoken possibilities to help bring to pass that which we hoped for to where the box would explode before it would or could box us in. This is why we must also have a relationship with the Father, as there are a lot more unspoken goodies for us to tap into than of just the goodies that we have heard of: 1 Corinthians 2:9, “But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him. And here is the scripture showing how we are linked with the Father and the Son: John 14:20, At that day ye shall know that I am in my Father, and ye in me, and I in you. So if a is equal to b, and b is equal to c, then c is equal to a: then if Jesus is in the Father, and we are in Jesus, then we can be in the Father if we get by Jesus. Yeah, not quite the way the theory reads is it? We are in Jesus, and if we drink of our cup, and not pass it by, then we can be in the Father, and keep from being boxed in our specific “Word.” We have to first come to Jesus when we are bringing to pass that which we hoped for, and I am not speaking about salvation here: we are already saved at this point of the process, but to move on, we must first drink of our cup as it is, or we may get boxed in. And just as Jesus himself tried to pass the “Word” in the garden, but really just to leave an example for us like him to follow, because Jesus in no way was going to back out of going to the cross; and when we are at that point in our soul, we can’t get boxed in either. Here, if we pass the cup, as we all have done before on various Word and Will occasions, then it’s back to the box , and not on to what eyes have not seen, nor ear heard. So let’s rejoice in knowing that when we hopefully do reach that point in the process on multiple Word Will occasions, that the Word passes us onward to the Greater Father instead of us passing on the Word, to head back to the drawing board Jesus. The Father is Greater, And He Can’t Be Boxed In!
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.